Welcome to the Cadillac V-Series Forums!
  • Win a 2018 CTS-V Championship Edition from Dream Giveaway!

    Complete Details: Win a 2018 CTS-V Championship Edition from Dream Giveaway!
  • I know that lately, we've gained a lot of new members which is awesome and a lot of those new members are coming from other forums that may use vBulletin and their Private Message (PM) system. Here, we use the XenForo forum software which is (IMHO) much better than vBulletin. The "Conversation" system here is the same as the PM system on vBulletin. So if you want to PM another member, just click their username in a post, and click on "Start Conversation". To see all of your PMs, click on your profile and go to Inbox. Hope this helps.

Own a Piece of Cadillac History With Pratt & Miller CTSV-R Chassis 004


Staff member
Nov 3, 2011
New Hampshire
V-Series Cadillac(s)?
Not Yet!


One of three team cars that won the Speed/Pirelli World Challenge MFR championship in 2005 & 2007​

When Cadillac decided to enter the Speed World Challenge, they hired world-renowned Pratt & Miller Engineering to help them get there.

GM and Pratt & Miller had a long working relationship of engineering, building and supporting competitive race cars for the manufacturer starting in 1999 with the Corvette Racing program.

After spending nearly $60 million to build and race the Cadillac CTSV-R, the Cadillac Racing team finally won the manufacturers and drivers championship in 2005 and then again in 2007.

This particular chassis is the third one built for the series. Chassis #001 was never raced, so this one benefited from all of the racing experience the team learned from chassis #002 and #003.

Full Story on the Cadillac V-Net's Home Page >>>


Supporting Vendors

Taput Tunning LLC

Advertise with the Cadillac V-Net!

Torque Shop

Our Partner Sites

Top Bottom